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that the first officer, corporal baker, used legal force on the student but the second officer who joined in, corporal james harrison used excessive force. harrison is a 22-year veteran tonight. the student who was beaten spoke after the verdict. >> i'm definitely glad that some justice has been done today. it's been a long two years for me and my family. but it was a broader crime committed here and it's been way further than the two cops charged in this trial. so we hope that the department of justice continues their investigation. >> state's attorney angela brooks prosecuted the two officers and prince george's countye sa polic they are partners in protecting the community. >> we believe that the citizens have spoken loudly and clearly that although we appreciate and we really honor the protection that is provided to us, that protection must be reasonable and that protection must respect the dignity of every human being in this community. >> this police department is resolved to be constitutional, professional and ethical police department. the trust of the community is paramount. >> repo
, other individuals feel differently. i will use the extended time while she is on administrative leave to determine the appropriate next steps. we tried to reach out to dr. mccsmc mccaskill but got no answer. >> as the president, the provost, that separation of personal and private life is kind of gon. >> that doesn't mean she'll vote for it. it means she's supporting people's right to vote, in my opinion. and people are reading too much into it. >> reporter: spoke by phone of pastor derrick mccoy leading the push to get the issue on the november ballot. ody just floate name out. where does the infringement on free speech end? >> reporter: the opposing group also came out tonight in support of dr. mccaskill calling for her mead reinstatement. >> fewer than 24 hours now before the vice presidential debate at center college in kentucky. unlike the presidential debate last week, joe biden and paul ryan will be seated during their 90 minute show down. >> mitt romney is campaigning in ohio tonight where he will spend three days focusing on the must-win state. 9,000 people attended his rally
? absolutely not. a lot of us are. >> median incomes down. 23 million americans out of work. that's what this election is about. >> this debate was about the sharpest of differences. now the voters weigh in with this race virtually tied and election day just three weeks away. from hempstead, long island. nbc news. >> the debate played a big role on social media. we asked viewers on nbc washington's facebook page to weigh in who they thought came out on top. 80% say they think the president won round 2. >> reporter: the final numbers aren't in yet, but tonight's tweets surpassed 4 million just mid way through the debate. and a lot of people took to twitter in the washington area to voice their opinions. the biggest moment on social media happened early in the debate when the president and mitt romney came within a couple feet of each other as each raised their voice talking about oil production. carl barth, jr. said get them some boxing gloves, said that on twitter. as far as the candidates connecting with the people, karen davis writes both candidates have won some points in this debate.
to affect 60 million of us. from mandatory evacuations to government and school closures, we have got it covered. good evening. i'm jim vance. >> i'm doreen gentzler. hurricane sandy expect mund day night. unleashing a storm surge, damaging winds and heavy rain more. than a million from dem ware, new york, and connecticut are under evacuation orders at this hour, mandatory evacuation orders, people appear to be heeding the warning boarding up and heading out. federal offices will be closed tomorrow. the same goes for every major school district in the area. metro canceled all service for the first time since 2003. >> the huge storm has done a lot of damage. the death toll now stands at 65 after sandy pounded the caribbean. tonight team coverage. start with chief meteorologist, with a closer look at sandy's path. doug? >> we are starting to get into what sandy is bringing us, winds. rains, look outside. probably hear the rain coming down. the wind. strongest, about, 12 to 24 hours away. the rain has begun. let's take a look and show you. outside right now. the rain coming through parts
toll risen to 46 now in the u.s. tonight, more than 8 million are without power. the jersey shore and new york city among the hardest hit. >> we begin, though, to tell us where sandy is, doug? >> sandy is still right on top of us. this storm is not going anywhere soon. the good news, here, though, is sandy has weakened dramatically. so we are no longer seeing those fierce winds anywhere across the northeast. that is some very, very good news. we will continue to watch this storm as it's continuing to make its way very slowly toward the north and east. last night, moving at 38 miles an hour as it slammed into the coast. now, it is moving at just a few miles an hour and it is just sitting and it is just spinning. cold air on the backside. warm air on the south side, along the east side of this storm. what a difference a day makes here as far as this storm is concerned. a few showers. big time snows. a few more showers as they can't to make their way through overnight. but the big story tonight is the cold air. temperatures right now in the 30s. 36 in hangerstown. only 42 degrees rig
story. a report that says the u.s. and iran have agreed to their first ever one on one talks about iran's nuclear program. the white house is denying it. the report came from the new york times. it said iran is waiting to negotiate until after the election, so it knows which administration its dealing with. there have been back channel discussions, and israel was aware of them. diplomats told the times they were not kept in the loop. the national security council said the president has made clear that he will prevent iran from getting a nuclear weapon, and we will do what we must to achieve that. the election is a little more than two weeks away here, and in maryland the presidential race not the only election people are talking about. questions six and seven continue to be contentious issues on the ballot. darcie spencer spoke to voters at a debate about why these two initiatives are so important to them. >> it's clear many voters are undecided on these important ballot questions. one would provide for a casino, the other for gay marriage. today's forum was meant to help voters desired
>>> getting you ready for the super storm. sandy creeps up the coast, threatening to bring us 4e6heav rain and winds. amtrak is already cancelling some service tonight as the storm getscloser. grocery shelves are empty. good evening, i'm chris gordon. we have team coverage of sandy tonight from throughout the d.c. metro area to rehoboth beach. we begin with storm team four doug kammerer with the latest on sandy's track. >> we have the latest track out there chris, that track brings it very close to our region and once again, the forecast not real letter changing all that much. the forecasts have been very good over the past couple days on when this storm is going to be going. you can see where it is right now, just off the coast of georgia here, here's savannah georgia, it's due east of savannah georgia. it's still a hurricane. the national hurricane center thought this would be a tropical storm, it's still a hurricane, still holding on, we're seeing strong wind as long the north carolina coast line. here's the winds, 75 mes an hour. moving to the northeast at 14 miles an hour. it
the potential to impact millions of us along the east coast. right now local power crews are gearing up as sandy barrels over cuba, the bahamas and hate thety. new video shows the damage, homes giving way to floodwaters as people rush to salvage what they can. >> doug kammerer is here to kick off team coverage with a look at the path. >> we have a new path that's just come in from the national hurricane center. hurricane sandy just off the coast of florida. you can see all the rain in the outer bands making their way through miami, upwards of 60-mile-an-hour winds. the storm itself is still over the bahamas. we don't have radar out that far, but the center clearly defined here. we're going to be watching this one very closely over the next couple of days. this is the latest track from the national hurricane center, the latest winds 90 miles an hour. that is down a little bit, moving north-northwest at 15 miles an hour. still a strong cat thegoer 1 storm and that's pretty much where this is going to be, probably a cat 1, maybe a cat 2 over the next few days. this may state a cat 1. doesn't matter
as he reaches the line of scrimmage. it will be third down. that will take us just shy of the two-minute warning. >> cris: these players like wearing all of the pink stuff too, don't they? it's a good thing, too. all of the braes cancer awareness month. we should recognize the ladies. how many times do we talk to them and they all have stories about their mom and what they have done for them. women are watching the nfl in record numbers now. so a tribute to the ladies. well done. >> al: you bet. third and seven. a penalty. haven't had a one of those in a while but a ton early in the game and most of them were killers for the texans. >> referee: this is the two-minute warning. >> al: all right. got a flag, jeremy. we are going to commercial anyway. two minutes. green bay by 18 on their way to get back to .500. . >> al: the wendy's postgame report is coming up shortly. michele will be on the field, i suspect. probably interviewing somebody who threw six touchdown passes tonight. just a guess. bob and tony and mike will break it down and a look ahead to the steelers and bengals. cris
of urgency. we kind of understood what they were going to try to do to us. the early success was tough and try to get them off the field. after that, we got our gaps right and able to win the game. >> michele: they have a huge offensive weapon in a.j. green yet you held them to pretty much nothing all night. how was that done? >> ike followed him all around and coach lebeau gave us calls we could have guys on top of them and jamming him at the line and safeties over the top and gave us opportunities to make plays and deter andy from throwing him the ball. >> you come in here 2-3 and now even at 3-3. you get a win on the road finally. >> that's right. >> michele: what does this win do for you guys? >> it's big. our first road win and division game and huge. put us in the hunt. a lot of teams at 3-3 going into this week. only two teams boof .500 so right in the race. >> michele: ryan, thank you. >> thank you very much. >> first road win of this season for the steelers as noted. they are 18-4 in cincinnati since 1991. we welcome in tony dungy from new york. your reaction to tonight's game
're following a developing story tonight out of the u.s. virgin islands. a woman has been rescued from the waters of the atlantic after a plane crash. this happened south of st. thomas just before 8:00 this morning. the coast guard got word a small twin engine plane went down. around 2:00 p.m., rescue teams found and rescued valerie jackson. she was able to tell rescue workers there were three other people on the plane with her. the search for those three continues at this hour. >>> new details in the deadly meningitis outbreak. maryland health officials confirm a 15th case of infection in the state. 197 confirmed cases nationwide. today the centers for disease control announced a 15th person has died from the infection. that victim got a steroid injection in indiana. a woman who had an injection in minnesota is the first to file a lawsuit against the pharmacy linked to the contaminated steroids. that company has now suspended all operations. >>> the space shuttle "endeavour" wrapping up its final mission tonight. this is a live look from los angeles as the shuttle makes its way to its
felt like they didn't really know what he was about, and i think he gave us a real clear picture. >> mitt romney naiks two more stops in virginia, tomorrow and monday. in fishersville, virginia, julie carrie, news4. >> president obama is back in washington tonight preparing for another campaign rally tomorrow morning at george mason university after what many called a lackluster debate performance last night. the president was back in front of a crowd today and wasted no time going after his rival. >> the man on stage last night, he does not want to be held accountable for the real mitt romney's decisions and what he's been saying for the last year. >> just want to make sure i got this state. he'll get rid of regulations on wall street but he'll crack down on sesame street. >> michelle obama will speak to voters at the loudoun county fairgrounds next tuesday. >>> a man is in serious condition tonight after he jumped from a burning three-story building in northwest d.c. the fire broke out inside an apartment complex around 6:00. it left part of the building scorched on the outside
building just a few blocks from the world trade center. the f.b.i. says the suspect came here to the u.s. from bangladesh. he was on a student visa. and he originally wanted to attack the new york stock exchange. he ultimately wanted to disrupt, he said, the presidential election. >> reporter: federal officials say this man attempted to blow up the federal reserve building in new york city the other day. the 21-year-old was arrested in an f.b.i. sting. >> the new york is the top of the target list in this country. and i think this just reaffirms that. >> according to the justice department, nofice traveled from his queens apartment to a nearby warehouse where he assembled the van bomb. then, after attempting to detonate the substance, nofice was taken into custody. >> i thif it shows, again, that law enforcement is vigilant. >> nofice arrived on a student visa. he told a confidential informant he wanted to form a terror cell here in the u.s. he plotted several places for his attack but settled on the federal reserve building. a scary thought for those who live and work in the area. >> it
'll cut it off. cut us off. planned parenthood. we're going to get rid of that. [ female announcer ] women need to know the real mitt romney. [ obama ] i'm barack obama and i approve this message. and police officer killed in a car accident. they try to recreate the scene to see what went wrong. >> a man is arrested for throwing a cocktail into a crowded food court. >> was there another target? >> strong to severe storms moving across the area right now. i will show you where they are and what it means to you. >> tonight the police department is mourning one of their own. >> the office was killed when his police cruiser collided with an suv in clinton, maryland. this comes less than two months after another deadly crash. darsy is live with the latest on today's investigation. darcy? >> reporter: that officer was based here at the district four station. today police released very few details about the circumstances surrounding this fatal crash. we know he was not on duty at the time and it's possible that another motorist may have pulled out in front of him. >> it's with a very heavy heart
developments that's linked to steroid injections but used to relieve se vooer back pain. the pharmacy that shipped those steroid shots has voluntarily shut down. health officials severe meningitis including virginia and maryland. four people have died. officials are still trying to track down hundreds of people who may have received ser roid injections shipped from that fapharmacy. >> their 72-year-old father was brutally beaten. he's in critical condition tonight. police are canvassing the streets trying to come up with some clues. >> i'm very sad. all of our family is very sad. >> reporter: her family were worries her 72-year-old father won't survive a vicious beating. he clings to life with a severe brain injury. >> they left him in the cold, in the rain, without cloths, took off his shoes and everything. >> reporter: his son found him unconscious lie k in a parking lot. two minutes from his silver spring apartment. goosman left his house about 8:00 last night. >> reporter: elsey believes he was walking to the market a couple blocks away. thea manager says he's a regula customer. >
tweets tonight. we asked you to tell us who you think came out on top. angie golf continues our coverage with a closer look at tonight's tending topics. >> half an hour into the debate, all of the top ten trending topics on twitter and washington were about the match-up. early on, president obama attacked the former governor's foreign policy strategy calling it out dated. >> a few months ago, you said russia. not al-qaida. you said russia. and the 1980s are now calling to ask for their foreign policy back. >> this drew a lot of reaction from both sides. we also heard from mike kiegan. he said that's actually a pretty lame sound byte. now, another issue we heard about gender equality. this after romney mentioned the issue as one he cares about in the middle east. dc girl 627 writes romney wants gender equality in the middle east but looks for women in america in binders. now, romney's small mention of sequestration. that got big, local response. wondered who was going to bring up sequestration first. and then, later in the debate. the candidates actually traded barbs over military spendin
is an automatic first down. >> referee: illegal use of hands. hands to the face, number 95 defense. five-yard penalty. automatic first down. >> al: that is the way you get to a first down off a second and 37. >> cris: martez wilson. man, oh, man. what a bizarre ending to this one. martez wilson right in there is where that happened. here he comes right at you. hands to the face. good call. >> al: from second to 37 to a first down. to give san diego life. still 67 yards away. 1:30 and have all of their time-outs. and rivers will throw and that is ronnie brown and brown will spin his way for a first down. stays inbounds. >> cris: ronnie brown has some nice open-field moves. he has made people miss consistently on this drive. may want to try to get him the ball a little more often. >> al: chargers elect to keep all of their time-outs but taking a lot of time off the clock here. and now a conference with cheffers. because did he pick up the first down is the question. it was first down. it was -- now he looks at it. yeah, 11-yard gain so, obviously, it's a first down but there's some questio
national monument. >> in the race for the u.s. senate, a debate tonight talking about the economy, a gridlock in congress and even big bird. >> reporter: with the richmond pbs station hosting the debate -- >> i pledge tonight not to fire big bird and not to defund public broadcasting. >> that was the only light moment in the hour-long debate. his main line of attack is when tim cain accepted. >> how does a governor decide to take on a second job that sends him all over the country giving him part san speeches while over a hundred thousand jobs are lost in virginia. it will still keep virginia the best state for business in america. >> i'm proud of the fact that when i was governor at a very challenging time. we did a lot to bring new businesses to virginia and to have a profile that was significantly greater than other states. >> you can best compromise across the aisle. >> we have to have bridge builders. wheneorge was in the senate. he ridiculed to find compromise. i think we need people in the senate who know how to compromise and that will move our economy forward. >> on every
a defibrillator to the heart of this team and shocked it back to life. will this couple used up some vacation time to see the 2-1 victory over the cardinals. >> we had to help the nats win today, and we pulled it off. >> reporter: and someone even played a little hooky and why were you not in mrs. westner's place today. >> because i was at the nationals game will. >> reporter: dad? >> let's go nats! let's go nats! will 79 years, he's making history. >> reporter: for karen, tonight was twice the victory. >> i'm a cancer survivor so i haven't been able to come to any it games this season. so i've been a blubbering mess this game. >> reporter: here a werth, there a werth, everywhere a werth. >> fear the beard! >> reporter: 14 pitches later, jayson werth will is tonight's moneymaker. >> i have to be honest, i'm not eye big werth foon. i am tonight! >> reporter: the fans filled the stadium tonight. how many will there be tomorrow? >> do you have any tickets available tomorrow? >> no. standing room tickets go on sale 10:00 a.m. at the box office at $30 apiece. >> reporter: you know, it is a good thing t
the financial aid they need. >> a u.s. district court judge set some tougher, new rules and warned him not to break them. brown was ordered to return to court today because he missed three required calls to court. he now has to be inside his house between 11:00 p.m. and 6:30 in the morning and he must check in personally every week. the judge must allow brown to remain free until he is sentenced for felony bank fraud next month. >> jerry sandusky will likely spend the rest of his life behind bars. today, he was given a 30-60 year prison sentence for sexually abusing 10 boys over a 15 year period. he sat quietly as three of his victims read statements about the effects of his abuse. and then he delivered an almost 15-minute long stamt in which he denied neez disgusting acts. >> his statement today was a masterpiece of denial self delusion and without any acceptance of responsibility. >> sandusky's attorneys have 10 days to appeal and they say they plan on doing so. >> crews are putting the finishing touches on the field tonight. there's also a warning. jim rosenfield reports that you ma
winchester. nothing showing up on radar close to us, but there's the rain and clouds out to the west. so as a result, cloudy and damp when you get up and chilly showers off and on through much of your sunday afternoon. time for a good book and a bowl of soup and maybe the redskins are playing. rest of the forecast coming up. >> why venture out at all, chuck? >>> dozens gathered at wt woodson high school in fairfax to show their support for missing 17-year-old brian glenn. police say he drove to a duncan donuts. video shows him buying some donuts and he hasn't been seen since. his family believes there's more to the story and say brian would not run away. >> there's just no indications that he was preparing to run away and for what reason? >> not a clue, nothing. just out of thin air. >> police consider the disappearance highly unusual and are continuing to investigate. >>> seven deaths are blamed on a meningitis outbreak. there have been 60 reported cases in nine states. two of the seven deaths were in maryland and virginia. the contaminated steroids appears to have come from a pharmacy
in it but it is closer to our region. we are watching very closely. this has positive impacts on us, that is some good news. that storm right now is down towards the coast of florida. that's where jim cantore has been all day long. >> hey, doug, good evening. our conditions here are certainly improving in terms of the wind and rain, unfortunately the surf is still very, very high. it doesn't take much to have one of these waves just roll up the beach, push a little over the debris further than what we have seen. we are just past high tide now. but i will tell you, the resort we are staying at doesn't anticipate this kind of wave action. even though the storm is over two miles away, we are still getting huge waves. those waves will get bigger and impact larger areas. these are of historic proportions. almost hard it graps meet logically from what we saw five days ago to now what has been pretty much the story. the models have been sticking with this and sticking with it. as far as me, i'm heading up to new york city with the models kind of honing in on that area and certainly the potential to stop the
in the polls with just two weeks now until election day. >> a republican u.s. senate candidate from indiana is scrambling tonight to qualify some controversial remas he made about rape. it happened during a debate tonight. richard morlock says that when a woman is impregnated in a rape, he says, in his words, it is something that god intended to happen. he says he does not intend for rape to happen, but god is the only one who can create life. he says while he disagrees with abortions, in cases of rape or incest, he says he does believe they are okay to save the life of a mother. >> some voter who is used absentee ballots did not get the entire ballot. the news 4 iteam heard from a voter who said he was missing an entire page of referendum questions. that page included some of the most talked about ballot issues, including question 6 on same-sex marriage and question 7 on gambling. election officials confirm there is a small number of ballots missing -- that are missing pages and they were in montgomery and prince george's counties. if you have not voted, you can call your local election bo
university. >> today's news should give us some encouragement. it shouldn't be an excuse for the other side to try to talk down the economy. just to try to score a few political points. >> mitt romney argued that the numbers disguised the fact that people have actually stopped looking for work. this morning, he campaigned in southwest virginia before going to florida where he criticized the president for failing to get specific on job growth. >> he's got a chance to explain his jobs program. did you hear what he had to say? i didn't either. [ laughter ] i heard more of the same. >> mitt romney will spend more of the next three days in florida. >> well, now we know the washington nationals finally got some answers tonight. they finally know where they're going and whole they'll face in the playoffs. carol? >> reporter: hey, doreen, the first post-season for washington, d.c. in 79 years will be in sant lewis. the cardinals had to win in atlanta tonight. taken to turner field. braves fans showing some love for chipper jones. top 6, cards up 3-2. holiday unloads this pitch. makes it a solo shot
. if the storm is able to come in towards our area, a little bit quicker, and i think this could happen to us. we have a very high threat of wind and rain. even around the i-95 kwcorridor this area could be read. we will have low impact storms here with wind and rain. so, once again, we're going to be watching this very closely. as far as our weather is concerned today, we saw a great day. this is the biggest issue, i think, most likely along the mid at lantic in the northeast, power outages across the entire area. today, for us, we saw a high of 84 degrees. that's a record, tieing a record set back in 2001 around the region, we are extremely mild for this time of year. no worries tomorrow morning. no worries as we head into the next couple of days. temperatures about 50-60 degrees. 71 on friday. 68 on saturdays. here comes sandy sunday into monday. 53 degrees on monday, 50 on tuesday. rather windy conditions the entire time. sunday, watch out for sunday. rain would start early and it would become windy during the afternoon. the heaviest wind comes late. we want to keep you ahead of this storm. w
were lost have been found and they're okay. erica gonzalez joins us now. >> reporter: jim, this community is where one of those hikers calls home. and just behind these gates, there is a family and a few four-legged friends that are anxiously awaiting their arrival. >> they were like what can you do? >> reporter: it's been nearly a week since cathy has heard from her son. then, at 3:30 today, she woke from her daze. >> when i found out that he was found, i just let go and just sobbed and sobbed and sobbed. >> a hiking trip through glacier national park. >> i just knew that neil had put a lot of preparation into the trip. >> friends of neil pekings say the two virginia vetter nairns took the trip to montana a bit out of season so they could be in town for neil's daughter, madison's, first birthday. >> today, she was just out of sorts. >> cathy tells me the thrill seeker set out last tuesday. >> i never felt that this was going to end catastrophically. i never felt that something happened to him. >> reporter: family members say the two ventured into back country and fell int
leaders telling us it will probably be days before everything gets ironed out and back to normal. some people just resign to the fact that they're going to be waiting here for a number of days. adam tuss, news 4. >> some new pictures coming in. take a look at this scene from the port authority in new york city. this is from a surveillance camera at the path subway station in hoboken, new jersey. that happened shortly before 9:30 tonight. you can see the water gushing in there. >> and we've heard reports that it might take days, four days, five days or more to pump all of that water out of all of those stations in new york and in new jersey. >>> this storm slammed into new jersey earlier tonight. and coming up, we're going to have an update on the conditions >>> on the coast in maryland and delaware was pretty wild for a few hours. but they seem to be getting a break there now. wendy is live in rehobeth beach where things are looking different. wendy, still all calm? >> reporter: yes, it is calm. the thing that we noticed now is the temperature is really starting to plunge a bit. it is
us a party here at nats park and all over this met ro poll tan area. >> thanks, guys. like you, the fans were having a bundle up there. storm team 4 chief meteorologist tells us what to expect for the weekend. >> it was a cool night. down there earlier as the wind was still blowing up between 10 and 15 miles an hour. that's going to add a little bit of a windchill here. 52 degrees at the airport. just about everywhere else, under that 50 degrees mark. and some areas already in this 30s. look at frederick maryland. 37 in winchester. 40 in the big cities, washington, baltimore towards annapolis, closer to the water. still above that 50 degrees mark. the temperatures will continue to go down tonight and this could be the coolest we've been in quite some time this early. talking about freeze warnings, most of northern virginia at fairfax and alexanderia county. many areas here could not only get below freezing, but, jim, as you mentioned, could see temperatures in the upper 20s tonight. a very cold night. i'll show you who sees the coldest weather and what to expect for the rest of
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